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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Prospects, Bobrovsky Honored, Slafkovsky Ties Record



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The Philadelphia Flyers, led by Morgan Frost's breakout, are taking over the month of February. (Photo: AP)

In Wednesday’s edition of Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking the latest Philadelphia Flyers news, stories, highlights, and more from the last day.

Flyers News

  • Bad news if you’re the Philadelphia Flyers: Buffalo Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams says potential trade target Casey Mittelstadt is not for sale.
  • Over the last month, Flyers center Morgan Frost has truly been one of the league’s best centers; this holds true even when his early season sample size is included in that assessment.
  • Elsewhere, Flyers prospect Alexei Kolosov qualified for the KHL playoffs but could join back up with the organization by the early spring, depending on how the postseason goes.
  • In case you missed Monday night’s Flyers game, we have you covered with our game story, which happened to be quite long and fitting for a back-and-forth game like that one.
  • ICYMI: Cal Petersen is embracing his new role as Philadelphia’s backup and recognizes that this opportunity is not one he is going to get twice.
  • ICYMI: Matvei Michkov and his HC Sochi were eliminated from KHL playoff contention on the heels of a devastating loss to SKA St. Petersburg.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Sad news if you’re a Pittsburgh Penguins fan, and great news if you’re a Flyers fan: Evgeni Malkin admits that he’s not as fast as he once was and has to adjust as a result.
  • Do the Calgary Flames lack toughness? They don’t have many fighters, are starting to get pushed around, and aren’t winning an awful lot of games, either.
  • The NHL honored former Flyers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky this week on the heels of his 41st NHL shutout.
  • That Juraj Slafkovsky is cooking for the Montreal Canadiens; he tied a franchise record for the longest point streak by a teenager.
  • Detroit Red Wings goalie Ville Husso returned from injury against the Edmonton Oilers, then got injured again within nine minutes of his comeback.

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